NASA has unveiled a gorgeous Cassini spacecraft look at the Earth, Mars and Venus, as seen from behind Saturn. In orbit around the ringed planet since 2004, Cassini set up the image when it passed into Saturn’s shadow on July 19, 2013.
It is a mosaic of 141 natural-color photos stitched together, spanning some 404,880 miles (651,591 kilometers) of Saturn and its rings.
The view captures a complete look at Saturn’s rings and seven of its moons, as well as all of the planets in the inner solar system, except for tiny Mercury, according to NASA. I dont see anything except a false color image with text saying Mars, Venus Earth and Moon.
It is very interesting that when anything is shown or remarked upon concerning space the religious nutz come out of the either field. The human species, intelligent and curious, has striven for thousands of years to understand the nature of this Universe that we have ‘woken up in’.
Just curious, if you zoom in on the bright dot in the lower-left quadrant of the sky (Almost vertically aligned with Mars but on the below the rings) you can clearly see a spherical object. I think Man & Woman should finally see enough to prove that the designer is God and stop polluting the universe with these things that were not approved for to be put up there. We’re Moving!As of October 23, 2014, StarStruck will be hosted on National Geographic's main news site.
From the 16th century until WWII when the wristwatch became popular, pocket watches were a common part of the well-dressed man's attire. We recommend having the watch battery replaced by a jeweler, as it is intentionally difficult to remove the back. With over 700,000 followers on the Wild Bird Trust Facebook page, the Wild Bird Revolution is accelerating towards our goal of 1 million Wild Bird Enthusiasts by the end of the year… We need your help to achieve this world-changing effort to celebrate the freedom and beauty of birds in the wild. When turbulence hits, flying birds can’t fasten their seatbelts—so at least one species of eagle tucks its wings to stabilize flight, a new study says. Among the Nyishi people, the ceremonial bopia hat is indispensable, but requires beaks from endangered Asian hornbills. James Kydd, professional photographer and conservationist on the Okavango Expedition, shares some of his favorite photos from the trip, as well as the stories surrounding them. Assisted reproduction is becoming one of the tools conservationists use to help manage endangered species populations.


The trinity knot is an archetypal design that, for many people, helps them connect to their tribal roots—be that an Irish or Scottish family background, spiritual beliefs both Christian and pagan, or simply a desire to connect with the world on an instinctual level. That allowed the spacecraft to capture the arrangement of rings, moons and worlds seen in the image. Would it have been too hard to mark Saturn’s moons, so amazingly visible in the picture?
I know I am, yet I’m looking at what is a fascinating picture taken with advancements in technololgy created by humans not god.
As a former member of fanatical religion, I have found more comfort and truth in science than the nonsense I hear from religious folk. Goes to show what little we are doing with our space program when we basically rehash the same image of earth from a distance, time and time again.
We'll continue to be your source for all things in the cosmos and what's coming up in your night sky. This mechanical steel alloy pocket watch features a Celtic knot etched into the pewter-finished case. The green-and gold Cape Parrot is our national parrot and are only found here, yet most South Africans do not even know they exists. The kakapo are an emblematic species for New Zealand conservation, and typifying island conservation. William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition certainly appreciated them; Charles Darwin certainly did not.
Millions of them trek to the archipelago in summer for the abundance of food, and to breed and raise their young in relative safety. However, as global atomic functionality is relatively new, even experienced jewelers may have a difficult time re-setting the watch. Our Cape Parrot is Africa’s most Endangered parrot species with around 1,000 Cape Parrots remaining in the wild.
The species displays all the hallmarks of island adaptation – flightlessness and gigantism, and on top of that being nocturnal and lek breeding.
Clark carefully described in his journal of 1806 the “butifull buzzard of the Columbia” that we now know as the California Condor. I’ve yet to see a picture of your god, but then again you probably also believe your god was the creator of the universe.


Darwin, in 1832, recounted his experience with “these disgusting birds” (in this case, Turkey Vultures) whose bare heads “revel in putridity.” Beyond their beauty or putridity, however, our awareness must include the awful plight of vultures worldwide, due largely to the toxic world of poisons we foist upon them. A leather band and stainless steel bezel frame a classic face featuring National Geographic's distinctive logo. Press the button quickly two more times until you see "H" on the screen with a blinking number next to it. The sixth annual International Vulture Awareness Day, which we celebrate September 6, gives us an opportunity focus precisely on that issue. Displays both 12-hour and 24-hour military time, day of the week, digital date, and seconds. Press the top button to scroll through the hours, keeping in mind that this is displaying 24-hour clock time.
Cheaper pocket watches are out there, and more and much more expensive pocket watches are out there; The Celtic Pocket Watch is competively priced and seems to be very well made.
You'll see a "wait" icon and the second hand will spin as the watch adjusts itself.Set the minutes by pressing the bottom right button until the three-letter city code blinks. Press the button quickly three more times until you see "M" on the screen with a blinking number next to it.
This means that the majority of personal atomic clocks and watches will synchronize only within the continental United States, and may not synchronize correctly in Hawaii or Alaska or on continents other than North America.
Personal atomic clocks and watches work only in some areas of Canada and Mexico.Another limitation of home atomic clocks and watches is that they may not receive the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) signal within large buildings containing steel construction.
Moving clocks and watches closer to windows in these types of buildings will usually resolve the synchronization problem. I wish the National Geographic would make it clear that Hawaii is a very poor location for WWVL reception. This means you have to run the watch on its internal clock which seems to connect to WWVL at rare times causing the time to be incorrect due to the weak signal.



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